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Method Recycling

Method Recycling is the perfect bin solution to simplify the process of recycling.

METHOD SIXTY & METHOD TWENTY

FEATURES

Method Twenty

  • Made from recyclable polypropylene
  • 20L capacity
  • Open lid
  • Suitable for small space
  • Colour coded with graphic to suit the waste stream

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PRODUCT STORY

Method Recycling

The New Zealand designed Method Recycling bin is suitable for open-plan offices and activity-based spaces, offering flexibility and achieving sustainability. Made from 100% recyclable polypropylene with 20L or 60L capacity, the bin offers open or touch to open lid (closed lid) with graphic to suit the waste stream. Connectors for Method Sixty lock the bins together to form a station and a patented mechanism locks the bin liners into place so it is not visible. Vertical signs for Method Sixty are custom made that can list, which item is suitable for each waste stream. It includes the Do’s & Don’t items that are high waste/resource items in the facility. Client’s company logo can also be added to add a personal touch while promoting recyclability.


DESIGNER

India Korner & Steven Korner

Steven and India Korner are the co-founders of Method. They are from design disciplines which drive the core values of Method. They provide beautiful products to make recycling a simple, stylish activity in the modern office.

The Korners started work with Total Bins in 2011 which sells bins to businesses - supermarkets, rest homes, holiday parks, schools and offices. India and Steve soon noticed that modern offices were buying recycling bins but the ones available were clunky and ugly. They saw sophisticated corporate environments where the recycling system was an afterthought – in conflict with the aesthetic created by architects and designers. Ugly bins hidden in cupboards or in the kitchen. Despite recycling at home few made the transition to recycling at work although many companies prided themselves on being sustainable.

Steven harnessed his expertise in ergonomics and plastic design and got to work. A first class honours degree in engineering, and five years at Fisher and Paykel Healthcare leading a team designing award winning products, provided insight into the design and production process required to produce the perfect bin.

India drew on her experience in business and design. With a Graphic Design degree from Massey, she worked in Commercial Leasing at Colliers Auckland where she saw the beginning of a global move towards corporate sustainability and the creation of the New Zealand Green Building Council.

Steve and India at Method have spent three years designing the perfect office recycling bin: a beautiful, functional solution for recycling and rubbish. Designed to simplify the process of recycling - ENJOY!


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